Ann Coulter Jumps Shark… Praises Romneycare After Trashing It in October (Video)

Does anyone else long for the days when Ann Coulter was sane and conservative?
Back in October Ann Coulter trashed Romneycare.

But that was before she lost her mind.

Last week Coulter was attacking the tea party.
Today Coulter officially jumped the shark. Not only is she Mitt Romney’s biggest fan she is now praising state run health care.

This will make you want to vomit – Coulter even defends the individual mandate.

As Rick Santorum has pointed out, states can enact all sorts of laws — including laws banning contraception — without violating the Constitution. That document places strict limits on what Congress can do, not what the states can do. Romney, incidentally, has always said his plan would be a bad idea nationally…

No one is claiming that the Constitution gives each person an unalienable right not to buy insurance.

States have been forcing people to do things from the beginning of the republic: drilling for the militia, taking blood tests before marriage, paying for public schools, registering property titles and waiting in line for six hours at the Department of Motor Vehicles in order to drive.

There’s no obvious constitutional difference between a state forcing militia-age males to equip themselves with guns and a state forcing adults in today’s world to equip themselves with health insurance.

The hyperventilating over government-mandated health insurance confuses a legal argument with a policy objection.

In tomorrow’s column she’s going to defend raising the minimum wage.

More… Mark Levin has a brilliant takedown of Coulter’s ridiculous arguments.

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  • lynched1

    I have several rather witty comments, but none of them are particularly classy. I guess everyone does have a price.

  • Missy8s

    Annie has fallen for liberalism, damaged goods, I have unsubscribed from her newsletters and blog posts.

    Send her a message, do the same.

  • PJay

    I have all of Ann’s books. If anyone wants them, they’ll be in my recycle bin on trash day tomorrow.

  • mackykam

    She’s suffering from or two things: a bad hair bleaching job or twitchy pussy.

  • StrangernFiction


  • Sickofobama

    Coulter must be dating Olbermann. She’s gone LIBTARD on Romneycare.

    There is no defense for shoving something down the throats of free people to make them slaves! That’s why we have a Constitution.

    Mark Levin dissected her tripe of an article on his show today brilliantly.

    And since that pic is up I must comment to Laura Ingraham: STFU!

  • gus

    Lets review Jim. Shall we??
    Coulter bad. Trump Good.
    Newt bad Perry good.
    Newt good Romney bad.

    This is fun.

  • Alvin

    What Ann has done, is at the first chance, she ran to the front of the line for free cheese. She rode the coat tails of the Tea Party. Now she shows her true colors.

  • midusdew

    the mole has been exposed.

  • bg


    oooh, i can see it now, the “battle of the batty
    eyelashes” special starring Ann & Michele!! 😆


  • the Boodge

    What did you expect from someone who used to bang bill maher?

  • every thing she says is factually true.

    the state mandate makes people who can afford to pay for their own insurance buy it or pay for their healthcare.

    this is better than having third parties pay via taxes.

    and, it is consistent with conservative principles.

    and romneycare’s 70 pages did not micromanage the healthcare industry like obamacare’s 27– pages.

    and states are constitutionally permitted to do what romneycare does.

    and romney has said that healthcare is a state issue and tat both medicare and medicaid should br blockgrants to the states.

    and all of this is consistent with conservative principles.

    coulter is right on the principles and the history.

    i’ll take her over all of you newtnuts and paultards.

    she is a real conservative – unlike newt or paul.

    and she is fearless:

    she will speak the truth to everyone – regardless of who might not like it.

  • bg


    re: #10 February 1, 2012 at 9:29 pm bg

    Laura will referee… 😀


  • donh

    Something happened when Man Coulter wrote that book demonic…She didn’t form her circle of protection correctly and is now possessed by the Corpse Priestess from the Church of the Dead…>>>

    and the spirit possession is taking down Laura Ingram with her.

  • Tyranny’s Bain

    Keep digging Ann. All the way to irrelevance.

  • Bill Bob

    I blame early onset menopause…

  • gus

    Reliapundit, this is about destroying Coulter. She doesn’t back NEWT.

    This is quite a show.

  • Mad Hatter

    She is slowly self imploding.

  • Mutnodjmet

    I got a mock-up of the cover for Ann’s next book. Former fans may want to check it out —


  • martha

    Ann lost relevance with me when she kept wanting Christie to run for Potus. He was the first canary in the coall mine regarding her views. At best he’s a Rino. Everyone thinks because Christie has a big mouth with the unions he’s conservative, he’s not.

  • gus

    reliapundit. It’s entertaining. It has revealed somethings about honesty and character. I have no dog in the hunt. NONE AT ALL. I am not for Romney and I am not for Gingrich. This is like the BIZARRO world. Those we thought we reasonable and fair ARE NOT.

  • Mo

    Maybe if we just ignore her she will go away!!!

  • exceller

    someone always has to change the subject, a thread about Ann suddenly is about support for Newt. No objective honest person can miss the total change of character that AC has undergone. It has nothing to do with whether or not you support Newt. Coulter contradicts herself on a daily basis and offers no rational explanation. She is the latest addition to my giant list of media people that I ignore.

  • FurryGuy

    Before the days of the internet and 24 hour cable news such a major tectonic shift of a shark jump as exhibited by Ms. Coulter would have been hard to detect from a slanted and one-sided media. Now the self-proclaimed pundits are being revealed as the tools of political elites that want to keep the American voters in Thralldom to Big, Big, Bigger and Even Bigger Government.

    Ms. Coulter made a her reputation for being an iconoclast in a monochrome political playground that is the MSM, and now is having her petard hoisted as she so eagerly hoisted others’.

  • Ray

    The media have often been referred to as the Fourth Estate but should be called the Fifth Column. Coulter has shown her true colors and should be shunned like the venomous traitor she is. No books bought, turn off shows she is appearing on and never allow her internet crap to enter your computers.

  • Johnny “Stanford” Davis

    Your argument is ridiculous. The Massachusetts Constitution has nothing against Romneycare in it. Gateway Pundit lied by saying that Coulter was wrong for saying that Romneycare isn’t unconstitutional.

  • Johnny “Stanford” Davis

    By the way, Massachusetts is a state, so it has states rights.

  • Tjexcite

    I really hope when it comes after the last day and Mitt is the nominee everyone here will vote for him over not voting. Every non-vote for the Republican nominee is a vote for Obama. Every vote for the third party vote is a vote for Obama.

    Newt will go third party if he get some real money from Trump behind him as Trump can’t do it so Newt will be on the Trump ticket. It will come down to only a few million votes and this self destruction on the right will not make those who voted for Obama last time to vote Mitt this time.

    Any One But Obama.

  • #29 does that work both ways?

  • bg


    hmmm, i thought the point was that she flip flopped..


  • Liz

    Nasty nasty people. So Coulter got a little religion, you should be happy for her. Now if Santorum and Gingrich would just come clean about their support of an individual mandate, we’d have four honest candidates to choose from.

  • WillofLa

    I was talking to my wife tonight about some relatives of hers who’ve suddenly changed and have become monsters who are praying on everyone. I told her that I have heard it from several experts of the times that God is allowing a great evil to come upon the world. This is the time of great testing for man. People who you have had faith in for many years turn on you and now you have got to make a choice as to who you are going to follow, your faith in God, which may be weak because of you putting your faith in men for so long. He is allowing all these things to happen to people who we have believed in for a long time and have come to expect them to tell the truth and to be honest all the time. Now, they seem to have lost their way and are telling us a whole different story.

    For those of us who really didn’t have much faith to begin with will be led astray by these people. But for those of us who did have strong faith in God to begin with and knew of men, and women, who had faith also, have begun to stray. For those of us who were weak, they will be led down the wide path, and those of us who had faith will know to stay to the narrow path even if it’s without those who we thought were like us but here lately are not so much like us anymore. You are hurt, but you know you have to keep your eyes on your reward and not be looking at the world instead.

    #14 donh,
    I understand what you mean, and you may be right. There was a place that she missed but wasn’t paying that close attention and something got in there with her. Of course I’m sure that’s not what she does all the time, or would even understand conjuring to gain her wisdom, but something strange seems to have taken place. I know that some people on the conservative side speak in riddles when it comes to when they are sharing their knowledge. And we would like to understand, but it’s probably more that we just aren’t going to be smart enough to ever get it. Maybe that’s what she is doing and that is she is starting to speak in riddles that we are just going to have to see if we can figure out before we can understand that she’s not actually saying what it sounds like she is saying. Not double talk, but talking in mysteries more or less.

    You know she’s got herself a steady boyfriend now. Maybe he’s the one affecting her thinking, or maybe it’s the sex, you know?

  • SOB

    @#29 Tjexcite commented:

    I really hope when it comes after the last day and Mitt is the nominee everyone here will vote for him over not voting. Every non-vote for the Republican nominee is a vote for Obama. Every vote for the third party vote is a vote for Obama.

    No its not – the GOP is not concerned with getting Conservatives to vote, and has told us over and over again that Mitt will instead “appeal to the center”. They don’t want or need our votes, he is “inevitable” and will clearly walk away with it no matter what we do. We’re just stupid redneck extremist hobbits to them…

    I wont vote for Romney or Obama, and that is the good conscious thing to do. See, I have principles, and my principles are much more important then voting between Obama.1 and Obama.0 (which Mitt proved he was in MA actually doing each and every thing Obama has since tried to do)

    If the Republican Party is “Party of extreme Liberal Governors who call themselves Conservitives in order to gain power for themselves”, then I am as far away from the Republican party as I am the Democrats

    I would instead ask you, why would you waste your vote on the Devil just to spite the Devil? Obama and Mitt are spitting images of each-other in actual accomplishments (or mainly attempted accomplishments, in Obama’s case – but Mitt passed them all), clueless elitist rhetoric, scorched earth campaigning (while running away from their record), and on and on.

    The only real difference between Obama and Mitt is Romney somehow claims he is a Conservative, while Obama is actually truthful about his positioning…

  • reliapundit #12

    re i’ll take her

    In your dreams effin moron. And she is not a conservative.

    ‘This is a shameful argument, and she must have a very low opinion of conservatives if she thinks this is actually true. In reality, people don’t compare Romneycare and Obamacare because their nicknames share the same basic structure, but because the laws have the same basic structure. Specifically, both laws expand Medicaid, force individuals to purchase government-approved insurance or pay a fine, and provide subsidies for individuals to purchase government-designed “private” insurance policies on government-run exchanges.

    This is more silliness. To start, Romney signed the health care law with a smiling Ted Kennedy at his side knowing that Democrats had the votes to override any symbolic line-item vetoes of certain provisions. Furthermore, when he signed the law, he had already announced he wasn’t seeking reelection as governor and knew that it would almost certainly fall on Democrats to implement the law. Part of being a limited government Republican is realizing that once you put the infrastructure in place, successors can always add to it.

    Regardless, what he actually signed was bad enough.

    If Coulter has decided that Romney is the best of the Republican options and she can’t stand Newt Gingrich, that’s fine. If she wants to argue that conservatives should trust Romney’s commitment to repealing Obamacare, okay. But she shouldn’t defend big government social welfare policy as conservative and treat conservatives like they’re too dumb to understand the difference.’

    Coulter’s shameful defense of Romneycare

  • gus

    I agree, I remember when Ann Coulter sat on that couch with Pelosi, and charged Freddie Mac over a million and a half.

    Puhleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease. Gingrich is not any more conservative than Coulter.

  • gus #22

    Drink the Koolaid we much, eh?

  • zippo

    I just long for Ann herself: her long Seventies style shiny blond hair, her slim Karen Carpernterish body, and her crazy, crazy eyes.

    I like to take her our for dinner and dancing in my new Chevrolet Volt.

  • donh

    Here is the video of Fonze jumping shark…> After how many years of the fonze being the cool biker dude in his trademark black leather jacket , he wears that jacket in the water over a tighty baby blue gay speedo . He became Linus hugging the blanket… That one clip just wiped out his whole brand image….never to recover. Same has happened to Man Coulter. She’s exposed as another David Brock.

  • CT

    Obviously an old interview, Perry has been out and irrelevant for some time now. I did not hear Ann advocate for the individual mandate only Romney over Perry. Is this the wrong tape or has Gateway Pundit become lost in the Newtonian world?

  • gus

    #37 Wolf, your comment was lacking in anything of substance. I’ll just assume you’re an idiot.

  • SOB

    @#36 gus

    As opposed to when Romney stood on a stage with Kennedy and bragged how he was the key figure behind Romneycare?

    It is so sad that the Romney-Bots spill the same line over and over and over and over again while ignoring the horrific contradiction that is the Most Liberal Governor of at least the last 50 years.

  • Patty

    Ann Coulter is full of beans. Trying to be nice here. I have lost what little respect I had in her.

    Seems some of the guests and pundits on Fox have been drinking the Kool Aid. That is two words I am bringing back. I thought progressive were weird but I am beginning to believe that the epidemic has spread to the right side of the moon.

    Could she be more of a hypocrite.

  • Nosmo

    Follow the money folks…Annie has her price.

  • Patty


    Has Coulter lost HER MIND?

    Ann Coulter has been on an anti-Newt rage the past few weeks, and last night on the Kudlow Report, she let slip what she really thinks about the GOP voters who have responded wildly to Newt on everything from the charge of racism by Juan Williams for being for Jobs rather than food stamps, to Newt’s brilliant rebuttal to Scott Pelley on national security law. She thinks they are morons–or even worse in the world of Coulter, she thinks they’re Democrats!

    Ann was asked by Kudlow about Newt’s invincibility as a debater, and she essentially ridiculed the audiences that have cheered Newt, saying she thought it best to not hear from the so called “peanut gallery.”

    Is Ann becoming an elitist herself?

    And are we seeing the right-wing media elite starting to act and think like the left wing media elite did? That THEY know more than the rest of America as far as what it means to be conservative, and who will best be in a position to beat President Obama.

    I mean, why bother going through this whole election thing?!

    Rick Tyler, with Newt’s PAC, really socked it to Ann for having so little respect for the voters–and the process.

  • Patty

    She can never call herself a Conservative Again.

  • John

    Coulter’s problem always has been when she decides to take a position on issue X, Y or Z, she always takes an absolutist position, to the point that there can be no gray area or no nuisance in her position (or your’s, if you disagree with Ann). That’s why Mitt Romney can’t just be in her mind, the best of a possible bad bunch of choices, but now has to be right about everything, because he’s Ann’s candidate.

    (Of course, all this is predicated on Mitt picking Coulter fav Chris Christie as his VP choice, never mind that having two northeastern moderate Republicans on the ticket would provide neither ideological nor geographic diversity, let alone the “two white guys” thing the Democrats and the media would harp on. Mitt might even fall back into the world of fallible mortals in Coulter’s eyes this summer if he has the temerity to pick someone like Bobby Jindal or Marco Rubio over Christie as his running mate.)

  • gus #41

    Oh I was when I defended you.. quoth moi at the time.. leave gus be, he is cool. Then you went and drank the Koolaid ergo you’re not cool no more. 🙁

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  • Mike Bell

    Why does Melissa think it necessary to misrepresent what Romney said re: the poor? There’s enough to criticize Mitt about without resorting to that nonsense. It’s obvious what Mitt mean, and I agree with him. it’s about time that SOMEONE focused on the middle class (not that I believe he will actually do so). Focusing on the middle class is a far cry from saying that Romney “doesn’t care about the poor”. I don’t like smears such as that one.

    I’m surprised by the level of animosity shown toward Mitt over his money. Having problems with his liberalism (or whatever you want to call it) is certainly understandable. But all these hits on his wealth, painting him as an uncaring elitist, etc. Are these attacks on his wealth because people are afraid to attack his religion out loud? Very curious. Melissa says she is “not jealous of Romney’s wealth”. Well, I don’t know, but it sure seems like many people are extremely envious and resentful of him precisely because he’s so wealthy. I’d expect that kind of thing from the hypocritical left (Warren Buffett is excused as being the .00000001% because he’s on ther side – or some such nonsense) – but not so much from the right. Sad. Actually, I’d prefer they attacked his religion than his money, but would hope that above all else his opponents would criticize his VIEWS and political positions.

  • FurryGuy

    #45 February 1, 2012 at 11:27 pm
    Patty commented:

    Is Ann becoming an elitist herself?

    She’s always been one. We may have cheered her, and others of her ilk such as Karl Rove, on during Bush’s eight years, remember that Bush was no limited government conservative. Ms. Coulter was always about getting and retaining partisan political party hegemony, not about espousing conservative ideals.

    Ms. Coulter wielded considerable influence prior to the TEA Party, now she is just being overly peevish with the loss of her being the self-appointed, media maintained political diva.

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  • Aaron Z.

    Does anyone else long for the days when Ann Coulter was sane and conservative?

    Coulter’s an entertainer. She always has been. One of her best friends is Bill Maher, and she’s had a wildly promiscuous sex life, including dating Bob Guccione, Jr., who published nude photos of Jessica Biel in Gear magazine when she was underage.

    Coulter describes herself as living on “chardonnay and cigarettes.” She’s a New Yorker, through and through, and loves the high life, money, fame, and attention.

    Why lament the passing of someone who never existed? She created a persona, that’s all. She’s a brilliant marketer of herself. She thinks Romney’s going to win, so she’s now going to throw all her weight (all 80 pounds of it) behind making that happen so she can take credit for it and get even more famous and richer.

    Don’t put your trust in any public figure. That’s a good rule of thumb that will save you from disappointment. Anyone on TV is almost certainly there for reasons of self-aggrandizement.

  • Patty

    Personally, her voice is enough for me to ignore her, totally. I have no desire to hear her nonsense or her opinions on anything. It is a tragedy that uses her as a contributor.


  • Patty

    Fox uses her as a contributor.

    Corrected: 53

    And I am sorry I wasted this much time on her.

  • Patty

    #52 February 2, 2012 at 12:00 am
    Aaron Z. commented:

    My family is from N.Y. and they aren’t pompous A’s.

    Again, still can’t believe I am wasting my time with this B.

  • Patty


    But great Post. Small paragragh is all you need and it tells her life.

  • EBL

    am really starting to think that parody blog about Ann meeting that guy at the LA Farmer’s market is not a parody.

    Tallking about parodies, The Donald is endorsing tomorrow. Probably Newt but who knows. I doubt this helps or hurts, provided The Donald is not endorsing himself to run as a third party.

  • onbe

    #12 said

    this is better than having third parties pay via taxes.

    Insurance is a third party payer.No matter who the third party payer is that will not make health care costs go down.The only thing that makes the cost go down is direct payments between the provider and client. The progressives will always tell ya -We have to have the mandate so people who can afford to pay for their health care will. That is nonsense we already have a solution for that it is called civil court and it works just fine.
    A little off topic but not really with regards to third party payers. Ask a college kid how much the class they are taking costs most can’t tell ya.The same applies to people when getting medical services payed for third party check it out some time.

  • kato

    Coulter, like most sensible people, is being pragmatic. The idiots at this website think they have a perfect candidate to choose from. Hey, idiots, you’re heroes have dropped out one by one. Some of them didn’t even run, in particular, your beloved Sarah.

    Santorum is more conservative than Romney, sure. But he’s not getting the votes. What is it about elections that you idiots don’t understand? Do you want an imperfect conservative or another four years of Obama? This shouldn’t be a difficult question, but for some of you idiots it apparently is.

  • Molon Labe


    Wow this is the sort of comment I expect to hear from Anthony Weiner.

  • Molon Labe


    Kato do you drink over a galoon of Kool Aid a day?

  • Molon Labe

    Sad to see the sell outs shouting prauise of Romneycare. They’re finished. They can join Joe Scarborough. What a joke. What next praise for TARP?

  • Mike Mose

    Is there any doubt the phrase Commie Coulter should always be used here and from now on! If it isn;t clear who pays ann coulter’s paycheck…it is george soros! what a joke she has become! and is! Welcome to hitler land ann!

  • MJ

    Nope, Hoft, cant remember her being a conservative.

  • onbe

    The Individual mandate state or federal radically changes our relationship with the government once it can tell us where when and how to spend our money.
    At that point there is nothing the government can not force you to do.

  • Molon Labe

    Kato and Gus long for the freedom of their chains.

  • onbe


    Sure perhaps there isn’t a strong field to choose from as a gop candidate but then at
    least Ann could be truthful about it and say hey everyone knows mitt is pretty far to the left
    in most topics ranging from health care to abortion to gun control and maybe we will have to elect him to eject obama. But we will have to keep a close eye on the guy and seek to have a strong right wing congress to keep him in check. As opposed to trying to pass off mitt as some sort of conservative one that believes in automatic minimum wage increases btw–LOL

  • Tyranny’s Bain

    #60 February 2, 2012 at 1:10 am
    Molon Labe commented:


    Wow this is the sort of comment I expect to hear from Anthony Weiner.

    You never know. It might be Anthony. See if he will tweet ya a pic … LOL

  • Molon Labe #62

    Yes, sad, but so is watching those adorable lemmings run into the sea to drown. Hmph. Human stupidity is indeed infinite.

  • Bubba

    RIP, you crazy irrelevant loon. Seriously, can she sound ANY more retarded???

  • ‎”Until Obamacare, mandatory private health insurance was considered the free-market alternative to the Democrats’ piecemeal socialization of the entire medical industry.” Mandatory health insurance is NOT the free-market and it is NOT Conservative. A mandate to purchase health insurance should be ruled as unconstitutional, whether it is a federal mandate or a state mandate.

  • Ann Coulter is a phony Conservative. She wanted the RINO Chris Christie to run for President and claimed that Romney would lose to Obama. Since Christie has endorsed Romney she is now on board for Romney. She also is very good friends with Bill, the Moron, Maher. Coulter gives credence to the stereo-type of blondes and intelligence.

  • Molon Labe

    Mitt Romney is a repeat of the same show conservatives have seen over and over again and we all know the ending if the candidate gets elected. These plastic men, inside the Beltway Bubble, the media starts working on them, the establishment starts whispering in their ear and next thing you know, they’re explaining how important comprehensive immigration reform is to the conservative cause or why we need another Bridge to Nowhere.
    When you’re a grassroots conservative who has been mocked, ridiculed and attacked for believing in conservatism, capitalism, and the Constitution, sold out again and again by people in your own party, and told your nation is on the verge of a debt-driven crisis that could bankrupt us, the last thing you want is to be treated like you’re stupid by a phony Massachusetts moderate who tells you he believes the same things you do when you damn well know he doesn’t mean a word of it.

    Never have so many self-centered, politically-gutless establishment space fillers gathered in one place as on the endorsement list for Mitt Romney. If Bob Dole, John McCain, Susan Molinari, Lisa Murkowski, Jim Talent, Joe Scarborough, Mel Martinez, Jim Gerlach, Jon Huntsman, John Sununu and Norm Coleman are all lining up behind a candidate in a contested GOP primary, it’s an almost ironclad guarantee that candidate is not going to be worth a bucket of warm spit once he gets into office. If you want to know why you’re seeing so many Tea Partiers lining up behind Newt Gingrich, who despite his flaws has done more for the conservative cause than any other living politician, it’s because they see the politicians backing Mitt Romney and they’re well aware that they’re not friends of grassroots conservatives.

  • jorgen

    She better read her own books!

  • Adi


    Count me in.

    I’d wish however, she’d just stop using that black eyeliner.

  • Marsh626

    If you actually read her article, you’d understand that she isn’t really praising Romneycare. She’s saying that it was the best thing Romney could have done since the Left in MA wanted to totally socialize medicine. It was either Romneycare or something much more socialist, in other words.

  • jorgen

    #73 Molon Labe: Excellent!

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  • squeaky

    romneycare is a perfect example of what happens when you think you have an agreement with the dems. i can’t understand [not] why deval patrick isn’t flailing about trying to take credit for all the tinkering he and the ma dems did. part of this bill should be called patrickcare but oddly he isn’t fighting for that distinction.

  • Adi


    I am told “Socialism-Lite” works quite well in Norway (it did however failed in UK though, but that doesn’t really count, doesn’t it?)

  • squeaky

    [[The 47-year-old single mother has advanced Lyme disease, and she can’t find a primary care doctor to oversee her care. She’s called half a dozen practices in three towns, and none are accepting new patients. So when problems come up, even routine ones, she comes to the emergency room. Each time, she goes through her medical history with the intake nurse.]] this is from 2008 but….the goal was to get people out of the emergency room but they’re going back. i’ve dealt with people on medicaid who couldn’t find a doctor before all this and things don’t change. you might have a shiny new medical card but no one to accept it.

  • Calliegirl

    She loves to hear herself. Nothing else really matters to her.Romney can’t get out of his own way. No one from the A team is running for the nomination. They must know something. The America I love will be gone in November.

  • Conservative to the Core

    Looks like Gingrich has a plan to help Ron Paul win in Virginia. Operation Chaos-ish.


  • DaveinPhoenix

    Why do I smell “Payoff” ? Either DNC or RNC money. Either way, when a person sells their soul to the devil, they shall reap what they shall sow.

  • Regardless of one’s feelings about Romneycare, hard to believe it isn’t a step – if not an entire staircase – above the morass that is Obamacare. Democrats hoping for a splintered GOP on this and other issues are partaking in their favorite pastime and, if history is any guide, greatly overestimating their chances for success in November …

  • I see a very dangerous trend. That is people who are stating that id Romney is the nominee they will not vote for him for President. To me that is even more dangerous of a position than being all in for Romney. I personally am for Newt, while he has baggage I look at what he did when he was in office rather than out. The same as I do with Romney. The latest thing Romney has said that there should be an automatic cost of living increase to minimum wage. When was the last time you heard a real Conservative bring up minimum wage other than in the context of it should be abolished? I wish Santorum was a stronger candidate but until he starts getting more votes than he it is Newt in my book.

  • xiphos

    IF Romney were to win in November, what would we get, O’Bomb-knee-care?

  • John

    I see that Ms Coulter has finally sold out. She has allowed the money and fame build her ego to the point that she no longer agrees with the peons on what conservative values are. She has joined the elitist of the party and no longer represents the grassroots.

  • bg


    Liz #32 February 1, 2012 at 10:29 pm

    don’t rightly know about Santorum, but i do know
    that Gingrich, using your terminology, came clean
    a long time ago..

    Setting The Record Straight

    bit more here & here & here & here..


  • maybe Ann needs intense psychoanalysis or repeated electroshock therapy to reset her clock?

  • onbe


    That is a poor excuse for a leader to sign such bills as romneycare.

  • wanumba

    Isn’t the problem really that so what if mandates are “state-able” so to speak, that legally/Constitutionally they can be done, but it’s that the entire argument that government be involved in this at any level is an anthema to citizens is wrong, be it state or federal. The leave me alone and mind yr own business?
    Why is it we are in the situation of arguing a “fix” that the citizens never asked for?

    WHat citizens ever said that the health care system is “broke?” It was the best in the world, best care, best distribution, most innovative? WHat a strange definition of “broke!” The same source says the immigration system is “broke,” yet we swear in new citizens by the thousands on a regular schedule – so it isn’t broke!

    Where is Ann Coulter on this? She’s got the technicals down, okay fine, but what about the fundamental fallacy of the circumstances?

    We HAVE a functioning privatized health care system, highly tailored to the individual which had 89% of people HAPPY and well-served by it, the BEST in the WORLD bar NONE yet the Democrats are driving the debate, yanking the GOP around by the nose-ring to dismantle and shut it down in favor of a highly rigid, mass-driven, not individually-driven, less personal government meddling to force political outcomes situation.
    WHO asked for this? WHat citizen of The PEOPLE said we needed this? This is “Top-Down” demands, not grassroots consensus.

    It would have been logical to have examined the 12% who weren’t happy and fixed THAT… than destroy the majority … so when perverse trumps logic, what’s going on?

    Money, power, control. Not health care. SO why wouldn’t be be an anthema to citizens?

  • bg


    Molon Labe #73 February 2, 2012 at 2:28 am

    “DOTTO” jorgen #77 February 2, 2012 at 4:07 am

    re: [If you want to know why you’re seeing so many Tea Partiers lining
    up behind Newt Gingrich, who despite his flaws has done more for the
    conservative cause than any other living politician, it’s because they see
    the politicians backing Mitt Romney and they’re well aware that they’re
    not friends of grassroots conservatives.]


    btw, Newt Gingrich: Reinstate Mexico City Policy


  • bg


    re: #93 February 2, 2012 at 7:45 am bg

    “DOTTO” = “DITTO”

    sorry bout that.. 😀


  • srk

    get this dimwit outta here!

  • bg



    January 27, 2012

    Gingrich Strikes Back at Ann Coulter


  • Kissmygrits

    Either she’s trying to sell more books, or the invasion of the body snatchers is happening for real.

  • bg


    wanumba #92 February 2, 2012 at 7:44 am

    “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, yet another
    lesson failed, with many more to come..


  • bg


    [#99 February 2, 2012 at 8:10 am
    bg commented:]

    ^not me^


  • jorgen

    #3 PJay commented:
    I have all of Ann’s books. If anyone wants them, they’ll be in my recycle bin on trash day tomorrow.

    If you can find her address, send her a few and tell her to read them so she can become enlightened again!

  • justavoter

    I for one thought Ann would be one of the last people left guarding the gates against the liberal progressive wave and yet the surf simply rolled in and took her away, pity.
    Ann, if you are somehow reading this then please, don’t waste your time writing anymore books, I’m not buying.
    You should have listened to Krauthammer when he said we are playing the long game.Mitt is pretty much an unavoidable slap in the face that the country needs to get past Obama’s rule, he isn’t in any way,shape or form “the guy” that most of us want at the helm but will accept on a probationary basis.
    But you know, who knows.Maybe if Mitt is the nominee and does happen to beat Obama, maybe he will rule out of the more conservative side of his mouth, we can only hope.

  • bg


    re: #89 February 2, 2012 at 7:28 am bg

    re: Liz #32 February 1, 2012 at 10:29 pm

    re: Video Surfaces of Rick Santorum
    Criticizing Individual Mandates in 94


  • justavoter

    Damn, i just noticed that I said Romney may “rule” if he wins, I meant lead.Christ, even I’m being effected in an apparent subliminal way when talking about the “leaders” of our country now.
    I need a reeducation camp I think.

  • oldguy

    You knew this was going to happen when you found out she is a Dead Head, or you should have.

  • MJ

    Mark = cat…Ann = ball of yarn

  • justavoter

    Justavoter at #108, why would you pose as me?

    You are an imposter sir.Log off and chose another name!

  • Conservative to the Core

    Gingrich should seriously consider a Third Party. He has the money and momentum. Leave the GOP behind in the dust.


  • bg


    OT.. not the best, but an interesting read..

    January 31, 2012

    Why Gingrich Is Right About Food-Stamp Program

    [The resulting furor has highlighted what Gingrich got wrong. But
    Gingrich isn’t wrong to be troubled by the extraordinary growth
    of the federal food-stamp program.

    Liberals have taken Gingrich to be promoting and exploiting racist
    sentiments. In their view, he is insinuating to white voters that a
    black president is handing out money to idle blacks because he is
    hostile to working for a living.

    I may be naive, or just biased because I’m a conservative, but I’m inclined to take a more charitable view. Gingrich had been making the paychecks-versus-food-stamps contrast for months without referring to race. He may have been — clumsily — making the point that policies that weaken the private sector and encourage dependency on government harm blacks more than other Americans. That view may or may not be sound, but it isn’t based on racial animosity.]


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  • justavoter

    Mr. Core, Noooot doesn’t have near the money or backing that his opponent.He also cheated on his wife and whereas I did overlook the fact that he wasn’t be loyal to his spouse(after listening to his exwife, I would have wanted out too), I still pulled the lever for him.That being said, women, for the most part aren’t as easy of a mark as I am.

  • crackermike

    Coulter is showing mental instability. She’s going nuts just as surely as did Charles Johnson over at Little Green Footballs.

  • L.E. Liesner

    Ann Coulter has lost all her credence as a conservative and in her babbling she make about as much sense as Chuck Schumer. She fits right in with John McCain and Lindsey Graham as RINO’s of the year.

  • TammyChicago

    I knew she was too far gone when I saw her giving interviews to tabloid shows like Inside Edition in an effort to bash Palin. I guess you can rent any of Ann’s orifices for the right price.

  • justavoter

    Crackermike, your comparison of Ann Coulter to Charles Johnson is right on the mark.Somewhere down the line something just clicks in some people and they go so far of the reservation that there is no way back.
    Ann clicked.

  • Sasja

    Coulter has picked her candidate and may now feel she needs to justify her choice by trying to defend the indefensible; i.e., Rommycare. Which shows me she is not principled.

    She may have been offered a job with Mittens’ such as Press Secretary or Communications Director. Who knows? Maybe she just has a crush on him.

  • Some of these posts are so witty! Too funny. BUT this is what got my attention the most:

    States have been forcing people to do things from the beginning of the republic: drilling for the militia, taking blood tests before marriage, paying for public schools, registering property titles and waiting in line for six hours at the Department of Motor Vehicles in order to drive.

    Very, very few ppl realize how damn HOT the water is becoming. The slow boil. Think about that small list above (think about how long that list really is). When Romney said that “each individual state” will make their own decision about healthcare – I immediately went oh-oh. California = Romney/Obamacare! Our whacked out legislators will sneak it in without a vote to people.

    AND I know the establishment will shove Romney down our throats; he will be our nominee. If the people would wake up and do their homework, Santorum is the best choice for us at this time. But it’s too late…

  • Okay, Jim is finally off the rails. This blog is no longer on my daily tabs.

    I am sick of him publishing remarks out of context and making misleading headlines.

    If you read Coulter’s actual column, you get the real story.

    It’s been grand.

  • Just Da Facts

    I knew coulter had gone over to the dark side when she started bashing “birthers” and tea party members.

  • More Liberty

    Another big government Faux conservative. It’s no wonder she supports Rombama. LOL….until you neocons get past your bloodlust for nation building and foreign entanglement we will continue to elect these dumb-asses.

  • avery

    #73 Great comment.

  • valerie

    #100 February 2, 2012 at 8:18 am
    bg commented:

    I knew that wasn’t you at first glance. 😉

  • AuntieMadder

    I never thought Coulter was sincere in anything she said but, instead, said whatever earned her “atta girls,” and said it in the most outrageous ways she could come up with. She still is doing exactly that.

  • Kelsonus
  • burt

    Her 15 minutes is over!

  • jorgen

    #103 justavoter: maybe he will rule out of the more conservative side of his mouth

    Yes, and since the Sun has always risen in the East, maybe it will now rise in the West!

  • Spike

    Ann can kiss my Royal Conservative Ass! Ugly Rino Skank!!!

  • bg
  • aprilnovember811

    I refuse to vote for those who are being forced upon the electorate anymore. Dole, McCain, and now Romney. Romney is a socialist. I won’t vote for a socialist.

  • Sparky

    Romney and Coulter….both support an increase in the minimum wage.

    That is a Socialism! Trust me, Canada runs on it!

    As Romney continues to flap his gums, you realize just how Socialist he is.

    Americans need to wonder why the media and the Republican elites are pushing for Romney so hard.

  • Gary B.

    I’m DONE with her!!!!

  • Dave

    OMG! Please. No. KEEP HER!

    Those of us that are Progressives would rather the party keep it’s credibility and dignity intact. We fought to long to let people get decent health care for her to write some stupid, insulting book and set America’s forward momentum back 20 years or more.

  • mossomo


    “I see a very dangerous trend. That is people who are stating that id Romney is the nominee they will not vote for him for President.”

    Principles count. Mitt’s attack ad over Newt’s ethics investigation is an outright lie. LIE. Like how Democrats do.

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  • Obama gets 4 more

    How much $$ did mitt pay coulter to sell out??
    Lets nominate the guy who lost to the guy who lost to obama last time……good strategery isnt it?

  • BS61

    #28 February 1, 2012 at 10:11 pm
    Johnny “Stanford” Davis commented:
    By the way, Massachusetts is a state, so it has states rights.

    BTW A true conservative would have resigned rather than implemement socialized healthcare!

  • BS61

    #59 February 2, 2012 at 1:09 am
    kato commented:
    Coulter, like most sensible people, is being pragmatic. The idiots at this website think they have a perfect candidate to choose from. Hey, idiots, you’re heroes have dropped out one by one. Some of them didn’t even run, in particular, your beloved Sarah.

    Santorum is more conservative than Romney, sure. But he’s not getting the votes. What is it about elections that you idiots don’t understand?

    Gosh! You insulting us makes me really want to vote for the RINO’s that AC supports!

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